Good morning! Hope you didn't wear your favorite silk shirt today, or stuffed your clothes with paper towels because it's HOT. I think it's safe to say summer has arrived. And so here are some summery activities to partake in today.
Oil paintings by Nancy Lloyd-Hooker and glass art by Carl Breed will be on display at the District Gallery in an exhibit called "Ebb and Flow" through June 29. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., so be sure to make time to check out the work.
Be sure to head over to the Market Square Farmers Market from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. There are always plenty of veggies on offer, as well as pastries, crafty things, and popsicles.
Henry A. Fribourg will be at the East Tennessee History Center at noon to discuss his new memoir Escape to Freedom: A Story of Survival, Dreams, Betrayals, and Accomplishments, about his experience escaped from occupied France to the United States in 1942. It's fre to attend!
At 2 p.m., artists are invited to join a life drawing session at the Candoro Arts and Heritage Center with live models and no instruction. Just bring your preferred sketching materials. It's $10 to participate, and no membership is required. For more info call (865) 573-0709.
The Beauty Hunters free women-only boot camp work out will be at World's Fair Park tonight at 6:30. Meet at the amphitheater, and bring a yoga mat, a towel, and plenty of water! Check out the group's website for more info.
After you get cleaned up from all that sweating, check out Alien Love Charm, who'll play at the Preservation Pub at 10 p.m. Cover's $3. 21+ only.